Beat the Odds

Did you throw caution to the wind and eat or inhale your food all the way through the holidays? It happens more than you realize. You’re not alone. Not by a long shot. Millions of Americans don’t worry about caloric intake, excessive fats, or serving sizes. A 2019 survey found that nearly half of Americans…

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Snack

We like to snack. In fact, we’re going to encourage it! Yup, you read that correctly. We’re encouraging you to snack it up! But not just any old snack will do. We’re talking about snacking on stairs. Stairs? Let me explain… A new study by Canadian researchers found that climbing stairs at short intervals throughout the…

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Alzheimer’s and Lifestyle

Although there’s a long way to go in researching Alzheimer’s, it’s exciting that we’re finding strong links to behavior being a primary factor. Alzheimer’s used to be this big Boogeyman lurking in the corner that could strike anyone, and it seemed like there were no obvious connections. Some people were just unlucky. We know that…

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Exercise: The Miracle Cure

A new report from Public Health England has further confirmed what we’ve all known for years: exercise is absolutely crucial for good health. According to the research, the Western world suffers from “the sitting disease.” Physical inactivity is responsible for 1 in 6 deaths in England. For those keeping score, that’s the same as smoking. The more…

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